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PDT or PHPEclipse?

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So far I've been using the PHPEclipse plugin for developing with Eclipse. I
recently found out that there's another plugin called PHP Developer Tools (PDT),
which I'm about to try out.

Does anyone have experience with both and have a recommendation?

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cb
May 19 '07 #1
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Christoph Burschka wrote:
So far I've been using the PHPEclipse plugin for developing with Eclipse. I
recently found out that there's another plugin called PHP Developer Tools (PDT),
which I'm about to try out.

Does anyone have experience with both and have a recommendation?

--
cb
I used PHPEclipse for 1.5 years but 3 months ago i tested PDT and i'll
stay at PDT.

The main reason why i switched to PDT is that PDT feels a little bit
more stable and smoother. Abother reason are the better debugging with
the Zend Debugger, much better smart help, better outline and a outline
for your complete project showing all your constants, function and
classes of your project.

Missing features are the local highlight if you mark a variable of the
current page, some warnings like "variable may not initialized" and the
smarty template engine support.
May 23 '07 #2

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Joe Scylla wrote:
Christoph Burschka wrote:
>So far I've been using the PHPEclipse plugin for developing with
Eclipse. I
recently found out that there's another plugin called PHP Developer
Tools (PDT),
which I'm about to try out.

Does anyone have experience with both and have a recommendation?

--
cb

I used PHPEclipse for 1.5 years but 3 months ago i tested PDT and i'll
stay at PDT.

The main reason why i switched to PDT is that PDT feels a little bit
more stable and smoother. Abother reason are the better debugging with
the Zend Debugger, much better smart help, better outline and a outline
for your complete project showing all your constants, function and
classes of your project.
did you manage to debug as a web page?

thanks in advance
Lorenzo

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May 31 '07 #3

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